Факультет психологии Московского государственного университета им. М.В. Ломоносова Факультет психологии МГУ им. М.В. Ломоносова

Варианты вступительного экзамена по английскому языку
2001

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Is an "only child" special in some way? If children have no brothers and sisters, do they grow up and develop differently? Are they likely to be more intelligent, or less confident, or more egoistic? Or are they just the same as children from large families? Statistics often show that only children are "achievers" - people who become very successful in their careers. But firstborn children in general (not just only children) tend to be "achievers".

In the 1920s and 1930s the child experts used to say, "Being an only child is an illness in itself”. In fact, of course it's impossible to support this. Only children naturally have a very different experience in childhood. They are always the centre of attention. No younger brother or sister arrives to challenge this, and to share their childhood with them.

One modem-day child expert believes they may be more dependent. They may be less willing to share things. They may have more difficulty getting used to school. But the phrase "an only child" does not necessarily mean "a lonely child". A professor of Child Care at Sheffield Hospital says: "There is one great advantage for an only child. He or she receives all the love parents have to offer. A loved child usually grows up into a loving adult". So the general opinion of the experts now is: Only children are not very different from "non-onlies" in either emotions or intelligence.

1. What are the advantages of being an only child?

2. What is bad about being an only child?

3. Is an only child always lonely?

4. What is the present-day opinion concerning only children?

5. How many children would you like to have when you have a family of your own?

2. Тест.

  1. He will return the book as soon as he ... it.
  2.     a. would read
        b. will read
        c. reads
        d. read

  3. John hasn't been able to remember where...
  4.     a. docs Mary live
        b. did Mary live
        c. Mary lives
        d. lived Mary

  5. This is ... dog I have ... seen.
  6.     a. the smallest; ever
        b. the smaller, never
        c. a small; ever
        d. a smaller, never

  7. ... scientists took part... the Congress.
  8.     a. Two hundreds; in
        b. Two hundred; in
        c. Two hundreds of; at
        d. Two hundred; at

  9. There are ... places of interest you can... visit in London.
  10.     a. another. -
        b. others; to
        c. some other; -
        d. some another, to

  11. America's first university, Harvard,... in Massachusetts in 1636.
  12.     a. was founded
        b. was found
        c. founded
        d. has been founded

  13. He wondered if he ...there in time.
  14.     a. was arrived
        b. would arrive
        c. will arrive
        d. arrives

  15. When... to have lunch...this afternoon?
  16.     a. do you go; in
        b. will you go; in
        c. are you go; -
        d. are you going; -

  17. He's been here before,...?
  18.     a. isn't it?
        b. hasn't it?
        c. hasn't he?
        d. wasn't he?

  19. We ... each other... childhood.
  20.     a. know; since
        b. have known; since
        c. have been knowing; from
        d. have known; during

  21. Look! The dog... ...tail.
  22.     a. wags; it's
        b. is wagging; it's
        c. wags; its
        d. is wagging; its

  23. They ...... messages for you.
  24.     a. have; no
        b. don't have; some
        c. don't have; no
        d. haven't got; no

  25. I... the translation ... yesterday evening.
  26.     a. finished, in
        b. would finish, by
        c. would have finished, at
        d. had finished, by

  27. Peter didn't see ...... the street.
  28.     a. me to cross
        b. me crossing
        c. that I cross
        d. that I crossing

  29. I asked him ... to the teacher about...to London.
  30.     a did he speak; his going
        b. had he spoken; him going
        c. if he had spoken; going
        d. if he spoke; him gone

  31. Mrs Smith is angry ... her daughter ... to a stranger,
  32.     a. though; talking
        b. because; is talking
        c. because of; had talked
        d. as soon as; had been talking

  33. I didn't enjoy ... the party and Mary didn't...
  34.     a. at; neither
        b. of; as well
        c. -; either
        d. in; also

  35. This book isn't..., it... Jane.
  36.     a. my; belongs
        b. mine; belongs to
        c. mine; was belonged
        d. .my; belongs to

  37. In winter there is... snow in the streets,... ?
  38.     a. a lot of; isn't it
        b. plenty; is there
        c. much; is it
        d. much; isn't there

  39. He usually has... dinner at 4 o'clock,... ?
  40.     a. -; does he
        b. the; has he
        c. -; doesn't he
        d. the; hasn't he

  41. The theatre must...... to the underground station.
  42.     a. be; opposite
        b. be; next
        c. to be; near
        d. to be; across

  43. He is thinking ... to the country ... Sunday.
  44.     a. of visiting; at
        b. of going; on
        c. to visit; -
        d. to go; in

  45. We usually have English classes... Wednesdays'... 9.30.
  46.     a. at; at
        b. on; at
        c. at; in
        d on; on

  47. It... raining... since morning, and there are many puddles on the road.
  48.     a. is; hardly
        b. was; hard
        c. has been; hard
        d. was; hardly

  49. Last summer I... to Moscow ...entrance examinations.
  50.     a. was gone; to give
        b. went; to take
        c. have gone; to pass
        d. have been gone; for taking

  51. He ...seven hours... a day.
  52.     a. work; in
        b. is working; on
        c. had worked; for
        d. works; -

  53. I didn't know where ..., ... my mother.
  54.     a. was the cat; so did
        b. the cat was; neither did
        c. is the cat; neither didn't
        d. the cat is; so didn't

  55. Postal stamps ... ... 1840.
  56.     a. are being used; from
        b. are used; since
        c. were used; since
        d. have been used; since

  57. He expects us ... by Friday.
  58.     a. having been ready
        b. to be ready
        c. be ready
        d. being ready

  59. We know him....
  60. a. such good.
    b. such well.
    c. so good.
    d. so well.

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